25 June
Categories : Mountain Ops
Posted by Scott Pressly

We have begun to see some significant melting of our snowpack over the last few weeks.  There have been a few cooler time periods in June that have slowed this process down, but it is well underway.  High temps for the next week are forecasted to be in the 60’s and lows stay above freezing.  With bare ground starting to show, this also increases the melt rates as the sun’s heat and energy is absorbed much more readily than on a reflective snow surface.  Maybe summer will show up after all mannapotheke.de/.

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